IS CIVILITY ENOUGH: A PRACTICAL, FRANK AND ELEVATED DIALOGUE ON CIVILITY, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
Saturday, November 14th - 2:00 to 3:30 pm (EST)
This panel of distinguished and diverse judges, neutrals and practitioners will explore how issues of diversity and inclusion impact the legal profession. The panel will ask whether civility is enough and what can be done to impact the under representation of women, people of color, and LGBTQ+ professionals on partnership track at major law firms (Defense and Plaintiff), on the bench, and among the elite ranks of neutrals. The panel will also explore how external events, such as civil rights and justice movements, impact the dialogue.
Honorable William Bedsworth, California Court of Appeal for the Fourth District
Honorable Fernando Olguin, US District Judge for the Central District of California
Marta Fernandez, Esq., Jeffers Mangels Butler & Mitchell, LLP (CA)
Rene Mochkatel, Esq., Allred Maroko & Goldberg (CA)
Daniel L. Bonnett, Esq., Martin & Bonnett, PLLC (AZ)
Jesús E. Quiñonez, Esq., Legal Director, California Teachers’ Association (CA)
Angela Reddock-Wright, Esq., The Reddock Law Group (CA)
J. Bernard Alexander, III, Esq., Alexander Morrison + Fehr (CA)
Please click here to register for this webinar. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information on how to join the webinar.
CLE: Approval of CLE credit for this webinar is pending in California and Arizona. We anticipate that it will qualify for 1.25 hours of Recognition and Elimination of Bias CLE (California). If you are admitted to practice law in another state, you will be provided a certificate of attendance and documentation for purposes of self-reporting in your state of admission.
Thank you to our co-sponsor Davis Wright Tremaine, which will be coordinating CLE accreditation and certificates of attendance.
For questions, please contact Jennifer Motley Phone: (410) 972-4712 or Email: email@example.com